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Old 08-03-2012, 05:01 AM
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Well that sux... I specifically asked Chris Brewer if they improved the Large Ford emblem from cracking like the 05 -10 cheep emblems and got a straight answer that yes the '11 emblems have been fixed.

Makes you wonder!!!!
Lies!!!!

Just noticed yesterday the plastic coating on the blue oval is starting to delaminate and peel!

DISAPOINTING!!!!

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I guess FMC does not care about lousy post market advertising!
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Lies!!!!

Just noticed yesterday the plastic coating on the blue oval is starting to delaminate and peel!

DISAPOINTING!!!!

jammer

I guess FMC does not care about lousy post market advertising!
What does that say about Fords "Quality" when Ford's own emblem is falling apart.... That's a shame!

BTW... I kinda figured this would happen to our trucks since my wife's '11 Edge has the clear plastic layer peeling off the Ford emblem as well. This plastic layer was installed to prevent rock chips from fracturing the thin hard plastic layer on the ford emblem. It's a cheap and non effective fix IMO.
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